Osaka Loop Line

  • Published on : 22/11/2022
  • by : Japan Experience

19 stations linked by a circle line covered by the Japan Rail Pass

The Osaka Loop Line in one of the many convenient train lines that runs through the metropolitan Osaka area.

0 KM - Osaka Station - counterclockwise

This station is a few stations away from Yokohama's famous Chinatown with some of the best Chinese food in japan.

3.6 KM - 0H05 - Nishikujo Station

Take the JR Yumesaki here if you plan to visit the Universal Studios Japan (USJ). Universal Stuido Japan was the first theme park under the universal studios brand to be built in Asia. Opened in 2001 in March 2001 in the Osaka Bay Area, it occupies an area of 39 hectares and is the most visited amusement park in Japan after Tokyo Disney Resort.

5.2 KM - 0H08 - Bentencho Station

Gateway to Osaka Aquarium, one of the world's finest aquariums.

7 KM - 0H11 - Taisho Station

A 7-minutes walk from the station will lead to osaka Dome, the city's gigantic baseball stadium, home field of the famous Orix Buffaloes team.

Must-sees on the Osaka Loop Line
Shitennoji, one of Japan's oldest temples
Tsuruhashi Station leads to the Korean neighborhood
Osaka Castle, one of Japan's most famous landmarks
The Osaka Loop Line's central station
Transfer at Nishi-Kujo Station for Universal Studios Japan
Osaka Aquarium, the world's largest public aquarium
Osaka Dome, the city's gigantic baseball stadium
Shinsekai is Osaka's retro neighborhood
A map of the itinerary

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